First Monday is a Republican Forum allowing members of the club to become acquainted with and participate in discussions with elected officials, candidates and party leaders.
Although the emphasis of the monthly meetings is to feature political speakers, First Monday frequently features individuals who discuss issues that will impact each of us.
First Monday is a Republican forum. We are open to any persons interested in learning more about the political process.
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We will be having our June 1st meeting and I hope you will make your plans to join us.
A new way of listening to social media conversations is happening. Univ. of South Carolina’s School of Journalism and Mass Communications Social Media Insights Lab will be our topic with Kait Park, Manager, Social Media Insights Lab Manager as our speaker.
This is a inside look at what South Carolinians are honestly saying - “I call it the canary in the coal mine,” Park said of social media conversations. “It’s a barometer. Social can show where excitement, pressure, and fear lie.”
First Monday cares about our members so please only make plans to join us if you are well. The Club will space seating and table to maintain social distancing for the safety of our group.
Remember our meeting begins at 12:00 and we're done by 1:00pm. Plan to come and bring a friend. If you need to cancel a reservation or add a guest please click Register Now and make your changes online by May 28 2020 by 12:00 noon. After the close date you are responsible for payment.
First Monday meets at the Poinsett Club located on East Washington Street in historic downtown Greenville.Register Now
First Monday was pleased to host Mr. Phil Hughes and Mr. Bo Aughtry as our speakers about the Proposed City Convention Center. They spoke of the need for Greenville to have a conference center in the downtown area for national conferences and large local events. The plans for the new convention center would be located along the banks of the Reedy River on vacant land next to the Embassy Suites in RiverPlace.
Congressman William Timmons was our Feb. speaker and he brought us up to date on the work he has been doing in Washington, DC for his district. Staff member Hope Logan gave an update on the Congressman's efforts to find and honor local veterans with the Library of Congress' Veterans History Project. For more information please visit: https://timmons.house.gov/veterans-history-project
We enjoyed hearing from the Honorable Jay Lucas, who is the Speaker of the SC House. He gave an overview of the issues the House will be taking up this next session. His primary push will be for education and jobs in SC.